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CIVIL CASES

attitudes · specific cases

CRIMINAL CASES

attitudes · specific cases

ADVOCACY

presenting · questioning

Watch slide show presentations of real world data of attitudes, beliefs and behaviors of jurors, judges, mediators, experts and attorneys.

Data from jury research, mock trials, juror questionnaires and scientific surveys are presented about civil cases, criminal cases and legal advocacy skills.

Civil Case Slide Shows   Attitudes · Specific Cases

 

Jurors often have both experiential and case-specific attitudes and beliefs that affect their verdicts in civil cases.

◄ ATTITUDES ►

Jurors' have attitudes about civil lawsuits, accidents and pain, and corporations based on life experiences. Jurors bring these general life attitudes with them to the courtroom for jury selection.

Watch   ppt Jurors' Civil Legal Attitudes

Watch   ppt Jurors' Suffering & Control Beliefs

Watch   ppt Jurors' Views of Corporations

Civil Case Slide Show: Juror Legal Attitudes Civil Case Slide Show: Juror Suffering and Control Beliefs Civil Case Slide Show: Juror Views of Corporations

◄ SPECIFIC CASES ►

Jurors also have beliefs and feelings about issues arising in specific types of civil cases.

Watch   ppt Jurors' Views of Sexual Harassment

Watch   ppt Intellectual Property Jury Trials

Watch   ppt Jurors' Product Safety Attitudes

Civil Case Slide Show: Juror Sexual Harassment Beliefs Civil Case Slide Show: Intellectual Property Jury Trials Civil Case Slide Show: Juror Product Safety Attitudes

Criminal Case Slide Shows   AttitudeS · Specific Cases

 

Jurors' verdicts in criminal cases also are affected by both experiential and case-specific attitudes and beliefs that jurors bring with them to the courtroom.

◄ ATTITUDES ►

Jurors have attitudes about criminal defendants' due process rights and practices of the criminal justice system.

Watch   ppt Jurors' Due Process Attitudes

Watch   ppt Interrogations, Confessions & Jurors

Criminal Case Slide Show: Juror Due Process Attitudes Criminal Case Slide Show: Juror Beliefs about Interrogations and Confessions

◄ SPECIFIC CASES ►

Verdicts in specific types of criminal cases are affected by strong beliefs, attitudes, feelings and experiences of jurors.

Watch   ppt Jurors and Molestation Cases

Watch   ppt Jurors' Death Penalty Attitudes

Criminal Case Slide Show: Jurors and Molestation Cases Criminal Case Slide Show: Juror Death Penalty Attitudes

Advocacy Slide Shows    Presenting · Questioning

 

Legal persuasion and trial advocacy require case presentation skills and questioning skills.

◄ PRESENTING CASES ►

Judges, mediators and experts all play a role in case presentation. Persuasive writing, effective negotiation, and expert witness selection matter.

Watch   ppt Judges' Views of Persuasive Writing

Watch   ppt Mediators & Deceptive Negotiation

Watch   ppt Expert Witness Attribute Importance

Advocacy Slide Show: Judicial Views of Persuasive Writing in Motions Advocacy Slide Show: Mediator Views of Deception in Negotiation Advocacy Slide Show: Expert Witness Attribute Importance

◄ QUESTIONING WITNESSES AND JURORS ►

Jury selection, direct and cross examination, depositions, client intake, and hearings hinge on asking questions effectively.

Watch   ppt Effective Voir Dire Questions

Watch   ppt Persuasive Question Asking

Advocacy Slide Show: Effective Voir Dire Questions Advocacy Slide Show: Persuasive Question Asking

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